Focus on the Eternal

“For we consider and look not to the things that are seen, but to the things that are unseen. For the things that are visible are temporal but the things that are invisible are deathless and everlasting.” – 2 Corinthians 4:18

Preaching the Gospel brings abundant blessings, but the presence of God brings life in abundance-when people acknowledge it and allow it to change them.
If we travel to a remote village and preach the Gospel there, soon it will happen the people there will prosper in getting jobs, being provided for food and clothing. But when they experience the awareness of God’s presence in their daily life, will put them in position to connect with the perfect will of God and enter the perfect paths He’s prepared for them. Being conscious of God’s presence will guarantee us we won’t miss the mark.

Our liberty is in His presence, in Him alone and His words of truth.
Nothing around us is eternal, but it’s up to us how we’ll live our life, either caught up in the temporary things or focused on the eternity. This by default will determine whether we’ll be a vessel for the truth to be manifested or not.
God is not a liar nor He can conceive a lie within His mind. Never ever is recorded that God spoke a lie. The trinity coexists in absolute truth.
Jesus, through the Holy Spirit inside of us always speaks the truth. Always!
But this truth is recognized only through the fellowship with Jesus. This fellowship is crucial. It will protect us from the lies and whispers of the enemy, from the regrets for yesterday. The past cannot be relived again or fixed and rearranged. We cannot turn back time and do things all over again differently. What is done is done! But what we can do is rely on Jesus daily and hold on to what He has to say to us today.
Let’s seek His face today, specifically for today so we can move in Him forward.